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Again, a neck was stamped with either the new or the old date stamp, but not both.

The model numbers change yet again (for example, “09”=Stratocaster). April 1973-1980: Fender dropped the old style date stamp after March 1973 and continued with the new 8-digit code.

1980: Little glued labels with MM-DD-YY date stamps appear in the neck pocket, pickup cavity and/or back of the neck.

The neck stamps on Fenders from 1969 to 1971 can be most logically translated by reading from right to left.

April 1973 to 1980: After March 1973, Fender dropped the old style date stamp and continued to use the new style, 8-digit code. 1976 to present: All non-vintage reissue instruments have the serial number printed on the decal on the face of the peghead.

The approximate production year can be determined from this (more about serial numbers will follow).

Neck dating can be useful in finding the approximate age of your guitar.

First half of 1959: No markings for a period after a customer complained about an obscenity written on the neck butt. 1966: the model number (the number stamped on the neck before the month) change (for example, “13”=Stratocaster).How to date and identify your Fender instruments using serial numbers and production date stamps.No one likes it when you forget their birthday and neither does your Fender. For most of Fender’s production history they have applied serial numbers and production dates that can help you determine their production date (within a few years’ margin, at least).The next number is the production year, in this case 9 = 1969.

The next one or two digits are for the month, here 10 = October.The Fender serial number decoder currently supports all documented MIA, MIJ, MIM, MIK and MII formats with the exception of Custom Shop, Relic and Reissue instruments.